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Mar 26, 2012 2:00am PDT
quote in the country. he is the worst republican in the country to put up against barack obama. why would wisconsin want to vote for someone like that. >> if you play the entire contest he was saying mitt romney is the worst to go up against the president in regards to healthcare. >> this is so important yet mitt romney agreed with barack obama on every single thing that he did because he put it in place
Mar 9, 2012 3:00pm EST
clinton and barack obama were still very much contending in the spring of 2008 for the democratic nomination. it was a great idea to go on this biography tour to visit all the places he'd been, lived in the united states and try to associate some sort of theme with him. but the execution was pretty bad for most of it. including the event in annapolis where he spoke at the naval academy at the football stadium, an incredibly windy day. i won't go into the details. it wasn't the best executed event i've ever seen. we parked, i was doing something with c-span that day. we parked in front of c-span. your loyal viewers will be delighted to hear the game change was born right there on north capitol street. right? it's north capitol street. >> it is. >> in front of c-span as we sat and talked. what we said to ourselves initially was not about a book. it was, in fact, about a movie. we said if you look at the characters here and you look at how sinmatic this whole thing has been, this was in the spring well before sarah palin, well before the financial crisis, there's just so much here. s
FOX News
Mar 7, 2012 6:00pm PST
, in a "hannity" exclusive, we reveal the video that by their own admission, friends of barack obama have been keeping under lock and key. the existence of this footage has been the focus of widespread speculation on the internet, and the rumor mill kicked into high gear in c-pac when andrew breitbart said this. >> i have videos, by the way. this election we are going to send him. i have videos. this election, we are going to vet him from his college days to show you -- [cheering] why -- to show you why racial division and class warfare are central to what hope and change was sold in 2008. the videos are going to come out. the narrative is going to come out. >>r. >> caller: sadly andrew breitbart is not here tonight to help us unveil this video. but thanks to his hard work, we are able to show you the following. let's go back to 1991 when barack obama was president of the harvard law review. during that same year, obama spoke in a protest, in support of a controversial professor, derek bell. we will dig into the late professor's controversial views. but first, let's take a look at a very rare
Mar 6, 2012 1:00pm EST
as the american people. by the way, as i am. ronald reagan did it as a president. barack obama did it wonderfully connecting his personal story through his biography. that's something mitt romney doesn't yet have. i think if he doesn't get it, he doesn't become president. >> very well said. i think that's been the whole rub here. you've got to get the american people to the point they like you enough to forgive you for some of the crazy things about your policies that they can't like or may not be able to stomach but they like you. that's been shown time and time again with president obama. whether it's health care -- look 2010 wholesale rejection of the president's health care plan. that's all i ran on. the direction we were pushing rnc, pushing our candidates, about you want to control, get this government back, start by firing pelosi. we set the narrati that's what we drove. it was all about the health care policies pushed through congress that forced us down to a situation where the government is going to be mandating health care. that was the bottom line narrative. if you don't have that kin
Mar 6, 2012 1:30pm EST
at the race afterlife time. inside the book convinced he would be the nominee, barack obama wanted to start dealing with the issues he was destined to confront in the general election which race was one. reverend wright sped up the timetable for the speech. >> i've already condemned in unequivocal terms the statements of reverend wright that have caused such controversy, and in some cases pain. for some nagging questions remain. did i know him to be an occasionally fierce critics of american domestic and foreign policy? of course. did i ever hear him make remarks that could be considered controversial while i sat in the church? yes. did i strongly disagree with many of his political views? absolutely. just as i'm sure many of you have heard remarks from your pastors, priests or rabbis with which you strongly disagree. but the remarks that caused this recent firestorm weren't simply controversial, they weren't simply a religious leader's efforts to speak out against perceived injustice, instead they expressed a profoundly distorted view of this country. a view that sees white racism as endem
Mar 4, 2012 6:30pm EST
with his bog if i. this is mike huckabee getting out of the race and hillary clinton and barack obama were still very much contending in the spring of 2008 for the presidential nomination. the sculingse execution was pretty bad for most of it. including the event in annapolis where he spoke at the naval academy where he spoke at a football stadium in an incredibly windy day. it was not best executed event he had ever seen. driving back, he actually parked. i was doing something with c-span that day. we parked in front of c-span and your viewers will be delighted to hear "the game changer" was born right there in front of c-span because what we said initially it was not about a book. it was about a movie. we said if you look at the characters here and how cinematic had had -- this wlole thing has been, well before sarah palin, there is so much here, someone should make a movie about it. we talked about various ways of trying to do the storey. every reporter who covers these presidential campaigns says to themselves maybe i can get a book contract out of this. it is hard to publish political
Comedy Central
Mar 8, 2012 11:00pm PST
that friends of barack obama have been keeping under lock and key. let's go back to 1919 when brk bam was president of the harvard law review. >> jon: oh no you didn't! old law school videos. we are about to see a compromising clip from the case of obama v jell-o shots. i bet we're going to see ining toas reenacting the trial of socrates. harvard law scale is kind of a drag is what i am saying. actually the tape in question on hannity's programs with promised to deliver evidence of obama's radical rooteds. >> now during that same year obama spoke at a protest in support of a controversial pov certificate named derrick bell. >> and i remember that the black law students had organized an orientation for the first year students. and one of the people that stock at that-- spoke at that or ten-- orientation was professor bell. i remember him stauntering up front and to the giving us a lecture but engaging us in a conversation, and speaking the truth. >> jon: okay, two things strike me, one that really doesn't seem that radical. and two, [bleep] the guy with the sandwich? (laughter) this gu
Comedy Central
Mar 9, 2012 1:00am PST
later barack obama embraced bell before turning the microphone over to the controversial professor. >> jon: oh. he hucked the professor. is there something else i am missing? >> derrick bell was a radical. derrick bell was the jeremiah wright of academia. >> jon: oh! it wasn't a hug at all. it was a terrorist chest bump. and while not everybody did consider derrick bell a radical, most did consider him the first tenured black professor at harvard la's history. the point is he did have trefertional vah points and barack obama was actively supporting him, not necessarily on his controversial viewpoints but on tape. and it looked like their nipples touched. (laughter) >> jon: which brings to us our tape. who is sean hannity? because as he has shown us in the facebook era, you are who you like. whether that person be an admitted perjurer. >> back with colonel olver north. >> jon: a convicted watergate burglary. >> g gordon you must have had a rough time with those guards in prison. >> jon: or whether it be a man what stomped another man to death in cleveland. >> don king, how are you.
Mar 6, 2012 11:35pm PST
candidato republicano contra el presidente barack obama, ya regresamos >>> continuamos con este programa especial del noticiero telemundo, se nos unen dso grandes amigo de telemundo, caballeros, ambos, gracias por estar con nosotros, adolfo, uno que no está empapado de lo que está pasando, dicen que los republicanos son un desastre, no pueden escoger su líder, y tienen a un presidente que lucha por su reelecciióne. lucha por su reelecciióne. >>> tener personas, poder formar el candidato que sea más liberal y conservador. >>> ahora, lo interrumpo en esto, porque no creo que en la historia de estados unidos haya habido tanta división que un candidato le diga a otro mentiroso. >>> bueno,el país ha cambiado, las pregunta, los periodistas han cambiado, todo es más personal, creo que la gente ve la política muy diferente, también ,josé, hay que recordar que después de 20 debates, hay que llegar casi a lo personal. >>> ahora, freddy qué piensa usted . >>> lo veo muy diferente que mi amigo adolfo. >>> me imagino. >>> porque nunca he visto tanta retórica anti hispanos, anti-inmigr
Mar 7, 2012 12:30am PST
a potentially decisive moment in the race to challenge barack obama. mitt romney and rick santorum are locked in a tight battle for the key state of ohio. >> what a great night. there are three states under our belt, and counting. >> we have one in the west, midwest, and the south. we're ready to land across this country. -- win across this country. >> britain's ambassador to damascus says president bashar al-assad could be forced out by the end of the year. it is 11:00 in washington. >> it is 4:00 in london, broadcasting to viewers on pbs in america and around the world. >> the biggest died so far in the contest to become the republican candidate to run against barack obama in the u.s. presidential election in november. boats are being cast in 10 states, the -- votes are being cast in 10 states, but the big prize is the state of ohio. exit polls suggest the front- runner in the race, mitt romney, has won three states. rick santorum has also won three. the contest is to be extremely close in ohio. no republican candidate has ever become president without winning there. mitt romney has won the
Mar 18, 2012 6:00am EDT
barack obama is to nominate somebody who can actually take it to barack obama on his horrible record as president of the united states and the best way to do that is to make sure we don't have someone who agrees with that horrible record as president of the united states. that's why i decided to get into this race. karen and i, she's not here with me, i know. i know you getting the short end of the stick here getting me not my wife. but karen and i have been married 21 years, we have seven children, we are very blessed. [applause] and as you know, at the age of 53 and with seven children age 20 to 3, it's not exactly the best time to be going out and deciding to run for president of the united states. but we just felt like as we thought about it, prayed about it, that we had no choice. because this country is in a very difficult position right now. this country is facing one of those critical junctures in our history. i always tell folks this is the most important election in your lifetime and maybe since the election of 1860. this is an election where big things are at stake and we
Mar 5, 2012 6:00pm PST
house. >> the israeli prime minister has told obama israel must remain a master of its own fate. barack obama was holding a meeting with benjamin netanyahu in washington. they have had differing views over how to respond to iran in the past. >> the israeli prime minister having to the white house, and some people think that he is headed for warfare as well. they both noted the international economic watchdog -- atomic watchdog has serious concerns about a military intervention. the two men came out smiling in a deliberate expression of agreement. obama said that there was a window of opportunity for the negotiations. >> and when i say that all options are on the table, i mean this. we prefer to resolve this diplomatically. we understand the costs of any military actions, and i want to ensure the american people and the israeli people that we are in close consultation. >> benjamin netanyahu listened closely. his focus was on the acceptance that israel had the right to act. >> we must have the ability to defend ourselves, against any threat. and when it comes to security, israel has the s
Mar 14, 2012 12:00pm PDT
that you are here. >> president barack obama gave british prime minister david cameron a formal welcoming ceremony today at the white house by speaking some british english. it's not an official state visit. that's because the queen is considered the british head of state. president barack obama and the prime minister are holding talks today. >>> president barack obama said he does not anticipate any sudden or additional changes to the timetable for drawing down u.s. troops in afghanistan. those comments came during a join news conference with british prime minister david cameron in the rose garden this morning. mr. cameron said he believes nato can achieve its goal of keeping afghanistan from again becoming a haven for terrorists. the u.s. and britain have the largest military presence in afghanistan. >>> the pentagon says an afghan drove a stolen truck on to a british airfield today where defense secretary leon panetta was landing for an unannounced visit. defense secretary leon panetta landed safely and proceeded to the u.s. base camp leather neck next door for a town hall meeting with
Mar 5, 2012 10:00am EST
is. to go up against barack obama. [applause] that strong conservative has to have a vision for america. has to have a positive, uniting vision. it takes on folks like wall street, right? who stood up and said, when things got tough, and when folks said the climate is changing, and everybody was saying, man-made global warming. different sectors of our economy to make sure we do not have too much co2. co2, according to this administration, is a toxin. go tell that to a plant. [applause] when all of the winds were changing and everybody was running and sitting on couches and passing carbon caps in massachusetts, i did not go with the climate change. it is not climate science, it was political science. i said no. [applause] when the greatest threats of all hit this country a couple of years ago, when this administration and shoved down the throats of the american people obamacare, i was out there saying no. i have been out there for 20 years. 20 years standing up for free market health care. anybody ever hear of health savings accounts? i was the first member of congress to in
FOX News
Mar 8, 2012 6:00pm PST
outspoken conservative women who barack obama is unwilling to defend. however, as we have seen in recent weeks, things are much different when one of the administration's political allies come under scrutiny from the right. when that happens the president is quick to tell the entire world exactly how he feels. take a look. >> you know, the reason i called ms. fluke is because i thought about maliyah and sasha and one of the things i want them to do as they get older is to engage in issues they care about and i wanted sandra to know that i thought her parents should be proud of her. >> sean: that's how he treats people who happen to agree with his political views. when one of his mega donors bill maher tees off on conservative women like sarah palin and michele bachmann apparently that's fair game. on tuesday the president flat out ignored a reporter attempting to ask whether or not bill bill maher's super pac donation should be returned. today the white house press secretary made this stunning comment when asked about growing calls of the president to give back bill maher's money. >> we
Mar 9, 2012 3:30pm EST
and she needed to give a speech that would be a gracious endorsement of barack obama, but also one that would serve her interests. one that would make clear that she had run a historic campaign. one that would touch on -- there was so much -- she had initially run so much as the strong commander in chief, not as the woman, the historic candidate of women. she had not hit on those themes until very late in the campaign. once she found her way to that she had become like a real hero for a lot of democratic women. she wanted to hit that theme in a very strong way. the glass ceiling line lives on. it lived on as you say to the point where sarah palin adopted it later. but it lives on to this day. i think she began the process by which when mark talked about barack obama and hillary clinton were enlarged by the fight, the fact it was not inevitable that would be the case for hillary clinton. if she had lapsed into bitterness, decided to fight on to denver, been some way stinting in her support of obama, it could have diminished her. instead she made a wise, and as i said before, graciou
Mar 19, 2012 12:00am EDT
was the last standard bearer before barack obama. i do think is tough for the centrist democrats but tougher to tell them to sit in the corner. that is my read. the moderate to conservative democrat from arkansas was challenged by unions have lost her primary. but for the most part, i do think republicans have much more of a litmus test. >> host: why is that? ideological? psychological? disciplined, attitude toward political power? >> that is a good question. it has been a strategy they feel works for them to coalesce and energize their base. republican party has to come, quoting tom davis to say the same thing in has become a party of older white males southern voters. they are not a party especially with birth control the genetic feel to minorities. the hispanic vote is rapidly growing and a very important swing votes. with their behavior they could kiss that vote to goodbye even if they pick somebody like marco rubio to be the vice presidential candidate. >> host: even if they do? >> they could win some votes but people are very upset with their rhetoric on immigration and the southwest a
Mar 3, 2012 3:30pm EST
th, 2011, president barack obama returned and standing on a platform somewhat more secure than a kitchen table explicitly embraced the underlying philosophy of t.r.'s new nationalism, why a democrat a party that occurs to the other roosevelt especially in hard times should have in this instance embraced the republican roosevelt will no doubt be explored today among many other issues in this discussion we're about to hear. and we have a terrific panel for that discussion. composed of prominent political analysts who know a great deal about both the progressive era as well as contemporary politics. i'll introduce my first co-moderator for the day, e.j. dionne, washington post columnist that will make introductory remarks and comment on the presentations after they've been made and we'll hear from a couple of university of virginia professors, and jim caesar, professor of politics at uva. next we'll hear from john halpin center fellow from the center of american progress and finally matt spaulding vice president for american studies at the heritage foundation. e.j.? >> first, it's
FOX News
Mar 3, 2012 8:30pm PST
have to watch it or they are he going to hand the victory to barack obama. >> jon:. >> i think that santorum's criticism fair to this extent. speeches in 2008, when he was talking about satan and so on. a lot of those comments were taken out of context and hes were talking with broader context. and he's talked about for years, the connection between faith and intact family and marriage and the importance of that to the economic health of the family as well as the country. those are legitimate points and yet, a lot of folks in the mainstream press, left wing press have taken this out of context text to look at him as a-- >> i'm pretty sure that he said satan made him throw up on john kennedy. >> case in point about the media. >> and the reality, is, what i find ironic, is anyone, if we're going to take santorum's critique and gingrich's kret teak criticism. anyone who benefits is rick santorum, he's the last man standing because of the press scrutiny of every challenger to romney before him. so i think it's disingenuous to whine about it. >> you might add to that list, barack ob
Mar 1, 2012 6:30pm EST
de la historia. el presidente barack obama. y algunos dicen que es una revancha política. y por las investigaciones del gobierno de barack obama. y millones de admiradores de chespirito rezan por su recuperación y hospitalizado en la ciudad de méxico. comenzamos. >>> este es su noticiero univisión. con jorge ramos y maría elena salinas. >>> que tal buenas noches comenzamos el noticiero con el tema que hoy en día está en boca de muchos. los altos precios de la gasolina la mala noticia, es que seguirán subiendo. la buena o potencialmente buena que el apreciaba rax obama dice que tomara medidas para rebajar el precio dunivis crudo. la corresponsal blanca rosa vilches habla de los factores que han llevado al alza de la gasolina. nunivision@@noticiero univision vuelta de la esquina ennoticier yunivisionunivision@@ vaciero ui precios. han aumentado 14%. >>> precios que en un año electoral como este, le sirve a los republicanos, para crítico caro al presidente obama por su política energética. univisionur >>> 9 dólares y 99 centavos por gaun es elivisioun plaion dno pn ivisiodi
Mar 6, 2012 11:30pm EST
enfrentarse a barack obama por la presidencia. los candidatos salieron a escena para agradecer a sus seguidores para reiterar que continÚan en la batalla. >> su apoyo realmente significa mucho para mÍ. no les voy a desilusionar. voy a ganar esta nominaciÓn. >> santorum reconoce que no ha sido fÁcil llegar hasta este punto de la batalla republicana. especialmente cuando su campaÑa no cuenta con los recursos econÓmicos de su principal contendor.univision@@ las propuestas econÓmicas de barack obama. la nominaciÓn republicana no quedÓ definida en este super martes. ionnonivisi >> es momento del anÁlisis, ver quÉ fue lo que paoÓ en los 10 estados enunivision@@not. univin nos acompaÑan en nuestros estudios, la analista republicana y desde sacramento n el analista demÓcrata fabiÁn aguirre.not.not. univisionunivi pueden reconquistar el voto nispano?ivisio@@t. unionunivisi not.lizacivisioÓn univiscomo no en su momento el ivisiore@@icani oncon ision @@not. univisionunÓ legalizar el status de los indocumentados.@@not. univision quinta ivisionnot. univisionuni tomado un . muy pe
Feb 29, 2012 11:00pm EST
opositores del presidente barack obama hacen en este año de elecciones es que su gobierno no da la atención debida a latinoamérica, tienen razón de dos ejes del tema de batalla de ideas. >> gracias sulema, el presidente barack obama con respecto a latinoamérica es pésima, los derechos humanos, la democracia, y las libertades están siendo amenazadas, y el presidente no está enseñando el liderazgo que realmente necesitamos. >> estás equivocado la mejor forma de escribir las políticas de obama es que son constructivas por ejemplo con cuba, durante su gobierno se ha logrado levantar algunas sanciones, y el envío de remesas, este tipo de iniciativas son positivas. >> estamos viendo ahora y tiranía en la isla de cuba, lo que necesitamos es que el presidente barack obama diga que nunca se va apoyar a la tiranía, estos socios no representa los valores. >> podemos hablar de cuba todo el día, lo que se sabe es que washington está recompensando la tiranía, y se está llevando a que mejore la economía, hablando. >> hay países como ecuador y venezuela que apoyan el anti americanismo en
Mar 6, 2012 11:35pm EST
barack obama y hillary clinton hasta junio, esto es el sistema para nuestro país, tener primarias, donde las personas pueden tener ideas, formar al candidato, influir en el proceso y que sea más liberal o conservador en el proceso. >>> lo interrumpo, porque en la historia de estados unidos, había habido tanta división que un candidato le diga a otro mentiroso. >>> el país ha cambiado, los medios de comunicación han cambiando, en ese sentido todo es más personal, la gente ve la política diferente de hace 20 o 30 años, también desés de tanto debate , la scosas tiene que llegar a lo personal. >>> cómo lo ve, tú, fredy. >>> lo vfeo diferente, porque nunca he visto tanta retórica anti hispana y anti-inmigrante, porque habían anuncios y propagandas, contra rick santorum que decían que apoyaba a sonia sotomayor. >>> pero para el proceso de primarias eso no es tan importante, como lo sería en la contienda de noviembre. >>> es importante para la población nuestra. >>> pero para los votantes en la primarias republicanas, el tema sigue siendo la economía. >>> pero no hablan de la
FOX News
Mar 15, 2012 9:00pm EDT
. if rush limbaugh said that about the liberals today, they are haters, they vote for barack obama, look at things he would be accused of there. al sharpton -- i'm still waiting for tiawa brawley. he intimidates. i'm sick of being intimidated but i think people have to stop being intimidated by that and they start to call out their beosz and who employ them. >> sean: we learn from the daily caller and tucker carlson that media matters for america, they write the prime time line-up scripts every night. we have seen this in the case of rush limbaugh while they ignore liberals going over the line. david axelrod spoke out earlier tonight. he was questioned about the comments of bill maher. we talked about his comments involving governor palin and "c" word and "t" word and million dollars they won't give back. they are trying to make the argument that bill maher is different. here is bill maher attacking the children not only of governor palin but the children also of rick santorum. watch this. >> it's no coincidence the type of tree which god forbade from eating from was the free of knowledg
Mar 6, 2012 7:00pm EST
you look at the survey numbers and the american voters who is more extreme, barack obama extremely liberal or mitt romney extremely conservative, and barack obama is 50-something extremely liberal and mitt romney is 30-something extremely conservative, so what paul is talking about has not happened. as far as the war on women, i checked the data and turns out that half of the republican voters are women. who knew? >> oh, well. it is a war that we are concerned about is thes a sought on the women's reproductive health. >> and i totally and completely ban any effort to oppose abortion, contraception, excuse me. >> well, they have had a bad month when it comes to women for the republican party. they took what should have been a victory for them when barack obama made a decision that the catholic church did not like and turned it into a complete defeat for themselves by turning it into contraception. >> well, gloria making a point in the last couple of months, but i would say that barack obama for the last three years has done incredible damage to himself for americans. >> women are am
Mar 29, 2012 6:30pm EDT
presidente barack obama y dijo que las personas favor skwirdz con lo que llaman deportaciÓn ronaldinho ida no regulares ben estatus legal permanente pero pueden obtener un permiso de trabajo. >>> vÍctor hugo con las cifras. >>>o univisionunivision@@notici para postponer deportaciones han sido aprobadas en los Últimos dos meses segÚn el abogado pÚblico del departamento de inmigraciÓn y proteccion de la frontera conocido por sus siglas en inglÉs. >>> trata de implementar cierta directiva de la administraciÓn barack obama por razones polÍticas, primero porque quiere complacer hasta cierto punto el voto latino. >>> segÚn inmigraciÓn es la primera vez en la historia que la agencia aprueba tantasion solicitudes para difer ir depo@@iones en@@ corto tiempo, por ahora solo do@@notis en promedio al aÑo y hasta ahora ha difer ido deportaciÓn de 1340, aunque dice haber recibido es 75.000 casos. >>> este plan de alivio administrativo no ha sido suficiente, no ha cumplido con lo que la administraciÓn ha querido hacer, que es de que solamente enfocar los recursos de inmigraciÓn hacia aquell
Mar 18, 2012 9:35pm EDT
of replacing barack obama as the president of the united states. [applause] i say that in part because i do not think we will replace an economic lightweight with another economic light weight. my career was spent in the economy. so i did not learn about the economy just hearing about it or hearing about it in the faculty at harvard for debating it in congress. i learned about the economy by starting a business and helping other businesses getting started. and getting other businesses back on track. i am convinced that to pete barack obama, it is going to take somebody that understands the economy in his bones and i do. i have gone across the country and met americans of all different backgrounds and different dreams. i am more optimistic as i see the entrepreneurial innovative spirit of america continues. it thrives. i met a fellow working for the city of st. louis. he went off and started a landscaping business. i think he has over 100 employees. i met another fellow in the advertising business. he and his son started making amplifiers for guitars. they have a business that employs a few
Mar 18, 2012 6:30pm EDT
barack obama! [cheers and applause] >> hello, hello, hello! hello atlanta! hello, ga! it is good to be in atlanta, georgia. thank you. [cheers and applause] i love you back. i do. [cheers and applause] so first of all, let me acknowledge a few people who are here. the outstanding young mayor of atlanta, georgia is in the house. one of the finest men i know, somebody upon whose shoulders i stand, the great congressman john lewis is in the house. [cheers and applause] sanford bishop, david scott, t. johnson. somebody who i was just reminiscing, when i first started to run for office, a lot of people were not sure whether a guy named barack obama could win. so we went down to the selma commemoration. and we were in church. and a lot of folks at that point were wondering whether it is a good idea that this young guy is running for president. this guy got up on stage and explained how people think he's a little crazy. but there is good crazy and there's bad crazy. he tells me now that he came up with the idea when his doctor said to him, there's good cholesterol and bad cholesterol. h
FOX News
Mar 9, 2012 6:00pm PST
on the left are worried about. they know the big problem that barack obama has and in particular obamacare they are scared to death and they are doing everything they can to distract us from the real message from the mechanics of these policies. >> sean: there is a bigger and larger issue when me mentioned his daughters, he is saying lead by example. yet, here is his campaign, they take a million dollars from this guy. we are talking about the "c" word, "t" word, slut, all these terms that are being used by people and in this case, bill maher, million dollars to the obama super pac. shouldn't they return that money? >> of course they should. this is the crowd they claim for women's rights. they are big diversity crowd. they are the hypocrite crowd. of course they should return this million dollars from the obama campaign to bill maher. they should call him out for what he is. they loved this opportunity that they had to go after rush limbaugh because they know how powerful he is and they wanted to discredit rush limbaugh. here you have someone far worse by the order of magnitude. >> sean:
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Mar 20, 2012 9:00pm EDT
't call that hypocrisy, that's intellectually dishonest. >> he is a comedian. barack obama is a responsible -- >> sean: he's not a comedian. he has a political show. >> it's not funee. >> sean: that's a million-dollar donation. >> have you to admit, it's fundamentally different from a principle driver of republican party politics. >> sean: the head of the party is barack obama. >> i understand that. the figure head of the republican party is rush limbaugh. >> sean: that's a talking point -- i am a registered conservative. >> none of the candidates, the republican candidates came out afterwards -- >> sean: that's not true. >> certainly ron paul came out and said it was silly. >> sean: wait a minute. mitt romney and rick santorum on my radio show, both said it was inappropriate, it was proper to -- excuse me -- he told me -- i interviewed them -- it was proper to apologize. >> how many days did it take them to do that? >> i think both sides are really guilty. peggy nunan -- >> sean: if they get a million dollars. >> i think both sides are guilty of the horrible talk against w
Mar 17, 2012 10:00pm EDT
. but there is less standard fare before barack obama, and so i do think it's tough for centrist democrats, that it's more question i think to tell them to get out of the party. that is my read on it. the moderate to conservative democrat from arkansas was challenged and lost her primary, the dimock reddick from arkansas. for the most part i do think the republicans hew to a much more litmus test. >> host: why do you think that is? is a psychological in some way or more ideological or is it about discipline, but the attitude toward having political how are? what is it? >> guest: that is a good question. i think it has been a strategy that has worked for them and coalescing and energizing their base. increasingly, think the republican party has to come and i quote time davis, former moderate republican congressman from northern virginia in saying much the same thing, the republican party has become a party of older white male southern voters, and they are not a party of the birth control thing that has to appeal to women as much. they don't appeal to minorities. i think the hispanic vote, it very ra
Mar 25, 2012 6:00am EDT
control of the senate, and send barack obama back home. [cheers and applause] that's our mission. that's our mission. one of the thippings that i hear from some people, the question i'm often asked from sea to shining sea by too many people, can we defeat barack obama? and i say to them -- snfment chanting] >> i've got another one for you. yes, we will. defeat barack obama. snfment chanting] >> and here's why. and here's why. because the american people are divided into two groups. you have the patriots like yourself, if you've got the patriots and the citizens that know what's going on. and you've got that other group that i call the clue left. yes, and so it is us against the clue-left and the good news is there are more of us than there are of them. [cheers and applause] because of that and because there are more of us than them, -- by the way, do you think this many clueless come out in the rain? i don't think so. it might mess up their we've. you are the paterts. we are the real patriots that care about this country because we know what's going on, we know that they're trying to t
Mar 15, 2012 6:00pm PDT
primero hasta el 20 de junio. >> las elecciones serán el 20 de noviembre . >> barack obama manda plan para que las familias no sean separadas mientras arreglan su estatus migratorios. >> es otra oportunidad que los inescrupulosos se aprevechen. >> en enero barack obama, hijos y esposos de indocumentados, podrán pedir a sus familiares, y podrán tener un perdón estando aquí . >> si es la pareja, puede pedir para la pareja. >> pero el cambio no es todavia todavía:si inician un papeleo para esto, no corresponde. >> por que no se aplica aún . >> es una amnistía administrativa . >> el programa latinas en tu ayuda, para evita la violencia, promueve esta causa y ayuda a las mujeres, que no salen por temor. >> el evento esta con las mujeres, si usted sabe de alguien que sufra violencia llame al número en pantalla . >> la visita del papa en méxico lo llevará a cuba, donde 13 integrantes del partido republicano de cuba, se niegan dejar la basilica de la caridad, ahora lo quieren vencer por el hambre, han tratado de no darnos comida que se nos terminó ayer al mediodia, el grupo pide a la ig
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